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List of Canadian Healthy Oceans Network (CHONe) refereed publications, articles published in respected peer-reviewed scientific journals.

  1. Aguzzi J, Company JB, Costa C, Matbos M, Azzurro E, Mànuel A, Menesatti P, Sardà F, Canals M, Delory E, Cline D, Favali P, Juniper SK, Furushima Y, Fujiwara Y, Chiesa JJ, Marotta L, Bahamon N, Priede IG (2012) Challenges to the assessment of benthic populations and biodiversity as a result of rhythmic behaviour: Video solutions from cabled observatoriesIn: Gibson R, Atkinson R, Gordon J, Hughes R, Smith I (eds) Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, Volume 50. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA, p 233–284
  2. Aguzzi J, Costa C, Robert KMatabos M, Antonucci F, Juniper SK, Menesatti P (2011) Automated image analysis for the detection of benthic crustaceans and bacterial mat coverage using the VENUS undersea cabled network. Sensors 11:10534–10556 
  3. Aranha REdinger E, Layne G, Piercey G (2014) Growth rate variation and potential paleoceanographic proxies in Primnoa pacifica: Insights from high-resolution trace element microanalysis. Deep Sea Res Part II Top Stud Oceanogr 99:213–226 
  4. Archambault PSnelgrove PVR, Fisher JAD, Gagnon J-M, Garbary DJ, Harvey M, Kenchington EL, Lesage V, Levesque M, Lovejoy C, Mackas DL, McKindsey CW, Nelson JR, Pepin P, Piché L, Poulin M (2010) From sea to sea: Canada’s three oceans of biodiversity. PLoS One 5:e12182 
  5. Ban NC, Bax NJ, Gjerde KM, Devillers R, Dunn DC, Dunstan PK, Hobday AJ, Maxwell SM, Kaplan DM, Pressey RL, Ardron JA, Game ET, Halpin PA (2014) Systematic Conservation Planning: a better recipe for managing the high seas for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use. Conserv Lett 7:41–54 
  6. Bradbury IR, Hubert S, Higgins B, Borza T, Bowman S, Paterson IG, Snelgrove PVR, Morris CJ, Gregory RS, Hardie DC, Hutchings J a, Ruzzante DE, Taggart CTBentzen P (2010) Parallel adaptive evolution of Atlantic cod on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean in response to temperature. Proc Biol Sci 277:3725–34 
  7. Bradbury IR, Hubert S, Higgins B, Bowman S, Borza T, Paterson IG, Snelgrove PVR, Morris CJ, Gregory RS, Hardie DC, Hutchings J a, Ruzzante DE, Taggart CT, Bentzen P (2013) Genomic islands of divergence and their consequences for the resolution of spatial structure in an exploited marine fish. Evol Appl 6:450–61
  8. Bradbury IR, Hubert S, Higgins B, Bowman S, Paterson IG, Snelgrove PVR, Morris CJ, Gregory RS, Hardie DC, Borza T, Bentzen P (2011) Evaluating SNP ascertainment bias and its impact on population assignment in Atlantic cod,Gadus morhua. Mol Ecol 11:218–22 
  9. Brown TA, Belt ST, Piepenburg D (2012) Evidence for a pan-Arctic sea-ice diatom diet in Strongylocentrotus spp. Polar Biol 35:1281–1287 
  10. Brown RR, Davis CS, Leys SP (2013) SNP discovery in a reef-forming glass sponge, Aphrocallistes vastus, using the Ion Torrent next generation sequencing platform. Conserv Genet Resour 6:49–51 
  11. Brown CJ, Sameoto JA, Smith SJ (2012) Multiple methods, maps, and management applications: Purpose made seafloor maps in support of ocean management. J Sea Res 72:1–13 
  12. Carr CM, Hardy SM, Brown TM, Macdonald TA, Hebert PDN (2011) A tri-oceanic perspective: DNA barcoding reveals geographic structure and cryptic diversity in Canadian polychaetes. PLoS One 6:e22232
  13. Carr CM (2012) Polychaete diversity and distribution patterns in Canadian marine waters. Mar Biodivers 42:93–107 
  14. Chan KBendell LI (2013) Potential effects of an invasive bivalve, Nuttallia obscurata, on select sediment attributes within the intertidal region of coastal British Columbia. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 444:66–72 
  15. Chu JWFLeys SP (2010) High resolution mapping of community structure in three glass sponge reefs (Porifera, Hexactinellida). Mar Ecol Prog Ser 417:97–113 
  16. Chu JWFLeys SP (2012) The dorid nudibranchs Peltodoris lentiginosa and Archidoris odhneri as predators of glass sponges. Invertebr Biol 131:75–81 
  17. Chu JWF, Maldonado M, Yahel G, Leys SP (2011) Glass sponge reefs as a silicon sink. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 441:1–14 
  18. Civelek C V., Daigle RMMetaxas A (2013) Effects of temperature on larval swimming patterns regulate vertical distribution relative to thermoclines in Asterias rubens. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 445:1–12
  19. Clarke CSLMRoff JCBard SM (2008) Back to the future: using landscape ecology to understand changing patterns of land use in Canada, and its effects on the sustainability of coastal ecosystems. ICES J Mar Sci 65:1534–1539 
  20. Colbeck GJ, Turgeon J, Sirois PDodson JJ (2011) Historical introgression and the role of selective vs. neutral processes in structuring nuclear genetic variation (AFLP) in a circumpolar marine fish, the capelin (Mallotus villosus). Mol Ecol 20:1976–1987
  21. Comeau AM, Li WKW, Tremblay J-É, Carmack EC, Lovejoy C (2011) Arctic Ocean microbial community structure before and after the 2007 record sea ice minimum. PLoS One 6:e27492 
  22. Copeland A, Edinger E, Devillers R, Bell T, LeBlanc P, Wroblewski J (2011) Marine habitat mapping in support of Marine Protected Area management in a subarctic fjord: Gilbert Bay, Labrador, Canada. J Coast Conserv 17:225–237
  23. Cote D, Gregory RS, Morris CJ, Newton BH, Schneider DC (2013) Elevated habitat quality reduces variance in fish community composition. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 440:22–28 
  24. Daigle RMMetaxas A (2011) Vertical distribution of marine invertebrate larvae in response to thermal stratification in the laboratory. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 409:89–98 
  25. Daigle RMMetaxas A (2012) Modeling of the larval response of green sea urchins to thermal stratification using a random walk approach. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 438:14–23 
  26. Daigle RMMetaxas A, DeYoung B (2014) Bay-scale patterns in the distribution, aggregation and spatial variability of larvae of benthic invertebrates. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 503:139–156
  27. Daigle RMMetaxas ADeYoung B (2014) Fine-Scale Distribution and Spatial Variability of Benthic Invertebrate Larvae in an Open Coastal Embayment in Nova Scotia, Canada. PLoS ONE 9(8): e106178
  28. Danovaro R, Snelgrove PVR, Tyler P (2014) Challenging the paradigms of deep-sea ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29:465-475
  29. Darnis G, Robert D, Pomerleau C, Link HArchambault P, Nelson RJ, Geoffroy M, Tremblay J-É, Lovejoy C, Ferguson SH, Hunt BP V., Fortier L (2012) Current state and trends in Canadian Arctic marine ecosystems: II. Heterotrophic food web, pelagic-benthic coupling, and biodiversity. Clim Change 115:179–205
  30. Dasilva CRLi WKWLovejoy C (2013) Phylogenetic diversity of eukaryotic marine microbial plankton on the Scotian Shelf Northwestern Atlantic Ocean. J Plankton Res 0:1–20 
  31. Dinning KMMetaxas A (2013) Patterns in the abundance of hyperbenthic zooplankton and colonization of marine benthic invertebrates on the seafloor of Saanich Inlet, a seasonally hypoxic fjord. Mar Ecol An Evol Perspect 34:2–13
  32. Filbee-Dexter KScheibling RE (2012) Hurricane-mediated defoliation of kelp beds and pulsed delivery of kelp detritus to offshore sedimentary habitats. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 455:51–64 
  33. Filgueira R, Grant J, Stuart R, Brown MS (2013) Ecosystem modelling for ecosystem-based management of bivalve aquaculture sites in data-poor environments. Aquac Environ Interact 4:117–133 
  34. Forest A, Tremblay J-É, Gratton Y, Martin J, Gagnon J, Darnis G, Sampei M, Fortier L, Ardyna M, Gosselin M, Hattori H, Nguyen D, Maranger R, Vaqué D, Marrasé C, Pedrós-Alió C, Sallon A, Michel C, Kellogg C, Deming J, Shadwick E, Thomas H, Link HArchambault P, Piepenburg D (2011) Biogenic carbon flows through the planktonic food web of the Amundsen Gulf (Arctic Ocean): A synthesis of field measurements and inverse modeling analyses. Prog Oceanogr 91:410–436 
  35. Forget NL, Juniper SK (2013) Free-living bacterial communities associated with tubeworm (Ridgeia piscesae) aggregations in contrasting diffuse flow hydrothermal vent habitats at the Main Endeavour Field, Juan de Fuca Ridge. Microbiologyopen 2:259–275
  36. Forget NL, Perez M, Juniper SK (in press) Molecular study of bacterial diversity within the trophosome of the vestimentiferan tubeworm Ridgeia piscesae. Mar Ecol
  37. Hardy SM, Carr CM, Hardman M, Steinke D, Corstorphine E, Mah C (2010) Biodiversity and phylogeography of Arctic marine fauna: insights from molecular tools. Mar Biodivers 41:195–210
  38. Harvey E, Séquin ANozais CArchambault P, Gravel D (2013) Identity effects dominate the impacts of multiple species extinctions on the functioning of complex food webs. Ecology 94:169–179
  39. Hrycik JM, Chasse J, Ruddick BRTaggart CT (2013) Dispersal kernel estimation: A comparison of empirical and modelled particle dispersion in a coastal marine system. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci 133:11–22 
  40. Jones DOB, Yool A, Wei C-L, Henson S a, Ruhl H a, Watson R a, Gehlen M (2013) Global reductions in seafloor biomass in response to climate change. Glob Chang Biol:1–12
  41. Kelly JRKrumhansl KAScheibling RE (2012) Drift algal subsidies to sea urchins in low-productivity habitats. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 452:145–157 
  42. Kelly JR, Scheibling RE (2012) Fatty acids as dietary tracers in benthic food webs. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 446:1–22
  43. Kelly JR, Scheibling RE, Balch T (2011) Invasion-mediated shifts in the macrobenthic assemblage of a rocky subtidal ecosystem. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 437:69–78
  44. Kelly JR, Scheibling RE, Iverson SJ, Gagnon P (2008) Fatty acid profiles in the gonads of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis on natural algal diets. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 373:1–9
  45. Kelly JRScheibling REIverson SJ (2009) Fatty acids tracers for native and invasive macroalgae in an experimental food web. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 391:53–63
  46. King SD, Bentzen P, Cone DK (2014) Gyrodactylus patersoni n. sp (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) Infecting Atlantic Silverside (Menidia menidia) from Nova Scotia, Canada. Comp Parasitol 81:27–32
  47. King SD, Cone DK, Mackley MP, Bentzen P (2013) Gyrodactylus laevisoides n. sp. (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) infecting northern redbelly dace Phoxinus eos Cope (Cyprinidae) from Nova Scotia, Canada. Syst Parasitol 86:285–291 
  48. King SD, Marcogliese DJ, Forest JJH, McLaughlin D, Bentzen P (2013) Description of Gyrodactylus mediotorus n. sp. (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) infecting spottail shiner (Notropis hudsonius) from the St. Lawrence River, Canada. J Parasitol 99:1062–1066 
  49. Krumhansl KA, Lauzon-Guay J, Scheibling RE (2014) Modeling effects of climate change and phase shifts on detrital production of a kelp bed. Ecology 95:763–774
  50. Krumhansl KA, Lee JM, Scheibling RE (2011) Grazing damage and encrustation by an invasive bryozoan reduce the ability of kelps to withstand breakage by waves. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 407:12–18
  51. Krumhansl KA, Scheibling RE (2011a) Spatial and temporal variation in grazing damage by the gastropod Lacuna vincta in Nova Scotian kelp beds. Aquat Biol 13:163–173 
  52. Krumhansl KA, Scheibling RE (2011b) Detrital production in Nova Scotian kelp beds: patterns and processes. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 421:67–82
  53. Krumhansl KAScheibling RE (2012a) Detrital subsidy from subtidal kelp beds is altered by the invasive green alga Codium fragile ssp fragile. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 456:73–85 
  54. Krumhansl KAScheibling RE (2012b) Production and fate of kelp detritus. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 467:281–302 
  55. Lacharite MMetaxas A (2013) Early Life History of Deep-Water Gorgonian Corals May Limit Their Abundance. PLoS One 8: e65394
  56. Largaespada C, Guichard F, Archambault P (2012) Meta-ecosystem engineering: nutrient fluxes reveal intraspecific and interspecific feedbacks in fragmented mussel beds. Ecology 93:324–33
  57. Layton KKS, Martel AL, Hebert PD (2014) Patterns of DNA barcode variation in canadian marine molluscs. PLoS One 9:e95003
  58. Lazartigues A VSirois P, Savard D (2014) LA-ICP-MS Analysis of Small Samples: Carbonate Reference Materials and Larval Fish Otoliths. Geostand Geoanalytical Res: 
  59. Link HArchambault P, Tamelander T, Renaud PE, Piepenburg D, (2011) Spring-to-summer changes and regional variability of benthic processes in the western Canadian Arctic. Polar Biol 34:2025–2038 
  60. Link H, Chaillou G, Forest A, Piepenburg D, Archambault P (2013) Multivariate benthic ecosystem functioning in the Arctic - benthic fluxes explained by environmental parameters in the southeastern Beaufort Sea. Biogeosciences 10:5911–5929 
  61. Link H, Piepenburg D, Archambault P (2013) Are Hotspots Always Hotspots? The Relationship between Diversity, Resource and Ecosystem Functions in the Arctic. PLoS One 8:e74077 
  62. Lloyd MJMetaxas ADeYoung B (2012a) Physical and biological factors affect the vertical distribution of larvae of benthic gastropods in a shallow embayment. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 464:135–151 
  63. Lloyd MJMetaxas ADeYoung B (2012b) Patterns in vertical distribution and their potential effects on transport of larval benthic invertebrates in a shallow embayment. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 469:37–52 
  64. Luddington IAKaczmarska ILovejoy C (2012) Distance and Character-Based Evaluation of the V4 Region of the 18S rRNA Gene for the Identification of Diatoms (Bacillariophyceae). PLoS One 7:e45664 
  65. Matabos M, Aguzzi J, Robert K, Costa C, Menesatti P, Company JB, Juniper SK (2011) Multi-parametric study of behavioural modulation in demersal decapods at the VENUS cabled observatory in Saanich Inlet, British Columbia, Canada. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 401:89–96 
  66. Matabos MTunnicliffe VJuniper SK, Dean C (2012) A year in hypoxia: epibenthic community responses to severe oxygen deficit at a subsea observatory in a coastel inlet. PLoS One 7:e45626 
  67. Mason GE, Sameoto JA, Metaxas A (2014) In situ swimming characteristics of the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus, on German Bank, Gulf of Maine. J Mar Biol Assoc United Kingdom 94:1019–1026
  68. Mora C, Wei C-L, Rollo A, Amaro T, Baco AR, Billett D, Bopp L, Chen Q, Collier M, Danovaro R, Gooday AJ, Grupe BM, Halloran PR, Ingels J, Jones DOB, Levin LA, Nakano H, Norling K, Ramirez-Llodra E, Rex M, Ruhl HA, Smith CR, Sweetman AK, Thurber AR, Tjiputra JF, Usseglio P, Watling L, Wu T, Yasuhara M (2013) Biotic and Human Vulnerability to Projected Changes in Ocean Biogeochemistry over the 21st Century. PloS Biol 11:e1001682
  69. Nephin J, Juniper SK, Archambault P (2014) Diversity, abundance and community structure of benthic macro- and megafauna on the beaufort shelf and slope. PLoS One 9:e101556
  70. Neves BMDu Preez CEdinger E (2014) Mapping coral and sponge habitats on a shelf-depth environment using multibeam sonar and ROV video observations: Learmonth Bank, Northern British Columbia, Canada. Deep Res II Top Stud Oceanogr 99:169–183 
  71. O’Brien JM, Krumhansl KA, Scheibling RE (2013) Invasive bryozoan alters interaction between a native grazer and its algal food. J Mar Biol Assoc United Kingdom 93:1393–1400 
  72. Olivier F, San Martin G, Archambault P (2013) A new species of Streptospinigera Kudenov, 1983 (Polychaeta, Syllidae, Anoplosyllinae) from the Arctic and north-western Atlantic with a key to all species of the genus. Polar Biol 36:1499–1507
  73. Perrin GDibacco CPlourde S, Winkler G (2012) Assessing stable isotope dynamics of diapausing Calanus finmarchicus and C. hyperboreus during the overwintering period: a laboratory experiment. J Plankton Res 34:685–699 
  74. Perrin G, Plourde S, Dibacco C, Winkler G, Sirois P (2014) Tracing the origins of Calanus sp in the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park (Quebec, Canada) using delta C-13 as a marker. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 499:89–102
  75. Piepenburg D, Archambault P, Ambrose WG, Blanchard AL, Bluhm B a., Carroll ML, Conlan KE, Cusson M, Feder HM, Grebmeier JM, Jewett SC, Lévesque M, Petryashev V V., Sejr MK, Sirenko BI, Włodarska-Kowalczuk M (2010) Towards a pan-Arctic inventory of the species diversity of the macro- and megabenthic fauna of the Arctic shelf seas. Mar Biodivers 41:51–70 
  76. Piot ANozais CArchambault P (2014) Meiofauna affect the macrobenthic biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationship. Oikos 123:203–213 
  77. Preez C DuTunnicliffe V (2011) Shortspine thornyhead and rockfish (Scorpaenidae) distribution in response to substratum, biogenic structures and trawling. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 425:217–231
  78. Preez C DuTunnicliffe V (2012) A new video survey method of microtopographic laser scanning (MiLS) to measure small-scale seafloor bottom roughness. Limnol Oceanogr Methods 10:899–909 
  79. Radulovici AEArchambault PDufresne F (2010) DNA Barcodes for Marine Biodiversity: Moving Fast Forward? Diversity 2:450–472 
  80. Rees HL, Hyland JL, Hylland K, Clarke CSLM, Roff JC, Ware S, Clarke M, Environmental S (2008) Environmental indicators: utility in meeting regulatory needs. An overview. ICES J Mar Sci 65:1381–1386
  81. Robert KJuniper S (2012) Surface-sediment bioturbation quantified with cameras on the NEPTUNE Canada cabled observatory. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 453:137–149 
  82. Robert K, Onthank KL, Juniper SK, Lee RW (2012) Small-scale thermal responses of hydrothermal vent polynoid polychaetes: Preliminary in situ experiments and methodological development. J Exp Mar Bio Ecol 420-421:69–76 
  83. Rontani J-F, Charriere B, Petit M, Vaultier F, Heipieper HJ, Link H, Chaillou G, Sempéré R (2012) Degradation state of organic matter in surface sediments from the Southern Beaufort Sea: a lipid approach. Biogeosciences 9:3513–3530 
  84. Roy V, Iken K, Archambault P (in press) Environmental drivers of the Canadian Arctic megabenthic communities. PLoS One
  85. Ruddick BR, Taggart CT (2011) A New Approach to Tracing Particulates from Produced Water. In: Lee K, Neff J (eds) Produced Water: Environmental Risks and Advances in Mitigation Technologies. Springer, p 608 p
  86. Sauchyn L, Lauzon-Guay J, Scheibling RE (2011) Sea urchin fecal production and accumulation in a rocky subtidal ecosystem. Aquat Biol 13:215–223
  87. Séguin A, Gravel D, Archambault P (2013) Effect of Disturbance Regime on Alpha and Beta Diversity of Rock Pools. Diversity 6:1–17 
  88. Séguin A, Harvey E, Archambault P, Nozais C, Gravel D (2014) Body size as a predictor of species loss effect on ecosystem functioning. Sci Rep 4:4616 
  89. Shapiera M, Gregory RS, Morris CJ, Pennell CJ, Snelgrove PVR (2014) Season and site fidelity determine home range of dispersing and resident juvenile Greenland cod Gadus ogac in a Newfoundland fjord. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 503:235–246
  90. Short JMetaxas ADaigle RM (2013) Predation of larval benthic invertebrates in St George’s Bay, Nova Scotia. J Mar Biol Assoc United Kingdom 93:591–599 
  91. Snauffer EL, Masson D, Allen SE (2014) Modelling the dispersal of herring and hake larvae in the Strait of Georgia for the period 2007-2009. Fish Oceanogr:doi:10.1111/fog.12072
  92. Snelgrove PVR, Archambault P, Juniper SK, Lawton P, Metaxas A, Pepin P, Rice JC, Tunnicliffe V (2012) Canadian Healthy Oceans Network (CHONe): An Academic-Government Partnership to Develop Scientific Guidelines for Conservation and Sustainable Usage of Marine Biodiversity. Fisheries 37:296–304
  93. Snelgrove PVR, Thrush SF, Wall DH, Norkko A (2014) Real world biodiversity–ecosystem functioning: a seafloor perspective. Trends Ecol Evol 29:398-405 
  94. Sorochan KA, Quijon P (in press) Horizontal distributions of Dungeness crab (Cancer magister) and red rock crab (Cancer productus) larvae in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia. ICES J Mar Sci
  95. Thaler M, Lovejoy C (2012) Distribution and diversity of a protist predator Cryothecomonas (Cercozoa) in Arctic marine waters. J Eukaryot Microbiol 59:291–299 
  96. Thaler M, Lovejoy C (2013) Environmental selection of marine stramenopile clades in the Arctic Ocean and coastal waters. Polar Biol 37:347–357
  97. Tremblay J-É, Bélanger S, Barber DG, Asplin M, Martin J, Darnis G, Fortier L, Gratton Y, Link HArchambault P, Sallon A, Michel C, Williams WJ, Philippe B, Gosselin M (2011) Climate forcing multiplies biological productivity in the coastal Arctic Ocean. Geophys Res Lett 38:L18604 
  98. Wall E, Guichard F, Humphries AR (2013) Synchronization in ecological systems by weak dispersal coupling with time delay. Theor Ecol 6:405–418
  99. Wei C-L, Rowe GT, Escobar-Briones E, Nunnally C, Soliman Y, Ellis N (2012) Standing stocks and body size of deep-sea macrofauna: Predicting the baseline of 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Deep Sea Res Part I Oceanogr Res Pap 69:82–99 
  100. Wei C-L, Rowe GT, Haedrich RL, Boland GS (2012) Long-term observations of epibenthic fish zonation in the deep northern Gulf of Mexico. PLoS One 7:e46707 
  101. Wei C-L, Rowe GT, Nunnally CC, Wicksten MK (2012) Anthropogenic “Litter” and macrophyte detritus in the deep Northern Gulf of Mexico. Mar Pollut Bull 64:966–973


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